Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Huck Gee

awesome dunny by Huck Gee.
Priced at $600

Monday, September 15, 2008


My brother and my cousin breaking it down on Xcelerator at Knott's berry Farm. The video camera is in front of their seat and they had the best video of the bunch. I love the high five. I am still laughing...

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Downhill Skateboard

Just a bunch of speed demons in powder blue suits skating down Claremont Canyon Hills. I think there are 2 guys handing the camera back and forth and I am so impressed. I want that camera. I enjoyed the whole 10 minutes downhill. Makes me miss my skis.

Thursday, September 11, 2008


My new Japanese addiction is Hiyayakko. I eat tofu raw at home all the time and my mother fries the tofu with different things. However, whenever I'm at Chaya in Costa Mesa, I always have to get my Jasmine Milk Tea and my Hiyayakko.

The secret to this tiny refreshing dish is the bonito fish shavings. It's my favorite part of the dish so I always ask for more. There is also ginger in this dish, but I don't like it and ask for it separately. It's the perfect study break food.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Worse and Best

I'm selfish, impatient, & a little insecure. I make mistakes. I'm out of control & at times I'm hard to handle. but if you can't handle me at my worst, then you're sure as hell don't deserve me at my best!

Monday, September 01, 2008

Linda Hirshman, Homeward Bound

I just read this article in my Family Law Supplement.

“Choice feminism” claims that staying home with the kids is just one more feminist option. Funny that most men rarely make the same “choice.” Exactly what kind of choice is that?

It's very interesting because she talks down on women that have expensive degrees and are extremely well educated...who have given it all up to have children and care for them.

It really stirred me because I vastly agree with the women that actually did it and admire them...especially since I plan on being one myself. Don't get my wrong. I'm all for being the power couple, but when I start having kids, and my husband is able to care for the family financially, I WANT to put my career aside, and focus on my family. Who is to say that I'm loosing out when I can see my kids grow and travel with them around the world while another woman is slaving away in a corporate office trying to meet the next deposition deadline? Maybe, just maybe, I might be happier.

The women that she interviews are all highly educated, and now are basically moms that educate their children very well, so in my mind, I don't understand how this is bad for the female gender. How is that degenerate for the female race, when she could be raising the next woman president? She puts them down, and says that they are destroying what feminism has accomplished in the work force, and that these women are rapidly becoming "untouchables."

I LOVE this quote that an Ivy Leager mom and wife wrote: "he's the CEO and I'm the CFO. He sees to it that the money rolls in and I decide how to spend it." That's my motto. =)

Linda Hirshman, Homeward Bound

Travel Photos Galore

I have individual blogs for most of my trips, but since I've gotten requests to "just show the damn photos," here is a compilations of A LOT of my trips in the last few years... from Europe 2003, to Cancun 2004, to Costa Rica 2006. Enjoy the MILLION pics!!

Europe 1

Europe 2


Costa Rica 1

Costa Rica 2
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